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Boreal Forests

Canada Pledges $340 Million to Support Indigenous Stewardship Programs

By National Audubon Society
August 26, 2021 — This funding is crucial in the efforts to protect biodiversity and in the fight to slow climate change.

10 Fun Facts About the American Crow

By Rachel Fritts
August 25, 2021 — From holding their own funerals to their penchant for maintaining grudges, this is one fascinating corvid.
Great Blue Heron.
Western Water News

Drought? This Is What Climate Change Looks like in the West

By Karyn Stockdale
August 24, 2021 — A personal take on Audubon’s work to make the arid West more livable for people and birds.
Delaware River Watershed

The Discovery Center Event Series Taps into the Connection of the “Birds & Brews” of the Delaware River Watershed

August 20, 2021 — Audubon Mid-Atlantic brings together a panel of Brewers for the Delaware River members and city leaders to discuss the importance of watershed health for birds, people, and beer.

Help Us Find Our New CEO

By Susan Bell
August 19, 2021 — The search is underway.
Western Water News

U.S. Declares Water Delivery Reductions to Southwestern States as Climate Change Devastates Colorado River

By Jennifer Pitt
August 16, 2021 — Plans are in place for 2022, but 2023 and future years could be even more challenging.
A juvenile Caspian Tern stands on the beach in Ocean Shores, Washington.

Why Heat Waves Amplified by Climate Change Are a Big Problem for Baby Birds

By Joanna Thompson
August 13, 2021 — The extreme heat wave earlier this summer was a disaster for nestlings in the Pacific Northwest. With climate change, these intense hot spells will become more frequent, ultimately threatening bird populations.

Despite a Pledge to Ban It, Oil and Gas Permitting Is Up Under Biden

By Dylan Brown
August 12, 2021 — Legal and political realities seem to have tempered the administration’s ambitions for ending fossil fuel extraction on federal lands.